Amal Clooney wants to be on Vogue’s cover

26 May 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

5 times Amal Clooney totally stole the show from husband George Clooney.

LOS ANGELES: Sci-fi adventure-drama “Tomorrowland” starring George Clooney went straight to the top of the North American box office on its debut weekend, estimates showed Sunday.Amal Clooney stole the spotlight at the Tokyo premiere of her husband’s film Tomorrowland on Monday in a yellow silk gown next to George’s classic dark suit.The brunette and her handsome husband waved at the crowds as they arrived for the film showing, which is now in UK cinemas and is due to open in the US this weekend. The Disney movie, which has had mixed reviews, was projected to pull in $40.7 million over the Memorial Day long weekend, according to box office tracker Exhibitor Relations.

The film sees George star as disillusioned former boy genius embark on a wild and dangerous mission with optimistic teen Casey, played by Britt Robertson, to unearth the secrets of the future – a place they can reach via a magical pin – Tomorrowland. Clooney is now here for the Japanese premiere of his new film “Tomorrowland” US movie star George Clooney (R), accompanied by his wife Amal (L), arrives at Haneda airport in Tokyo on May 24, 2015. While the duo signed autographs and took selfies with fans at the airport, Amal, 37, wore a Missoni dress and wedge sandals and George, 54, kept it simple in jeans and a T-shirt promoting his own Casamigos tequila. “Our only adjustments are figuring out our schedules.

Looking loved-up the newlyweds stood close by each other after the actor revealed his promise to his new wife that they would never be apart for more than a week and that he was determined to put his marriage first despite the pair’s hectic schedules. Starring Anna Kendrick and Rebel Wilson, it follows the fortunes of the Barden Bellas singing team as they chase international success after being banned from the competitive circuit.

The movie just sneaked in ahead of superhero blockbuster “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” which was shunted down to fifth spot with $26.8 million for a total haul of $410 million since release. Sixth in the box office was the critically panned comedy “Hot Pursuit” with $4.3 million and seventh, with $2.9 million, was the well-received “Far From the Madding Crowd,” the adaptation of Thomas Hardy’s classic novel. At the Disneyland premiere of Tomorrowland earlier this month, George talked to PEOPLE about how marrying the human rights lawyer has changed his life. “All I know is that it sort of changed everything in terms of what I thought my future was going to be,” he said. “I wasn’t always completely optimistic about how it was going to work out personally for me. And the normally private actor has been uncharacteristically candid when speaking about his wife, during his first international press tour as a married man.

He even divulged exactly how he proposed. “When I asked her, we had never talked about it,” he explained. “There wasn’t like, ‘Hey, maybe we should get married.’ I literally dropped it on her.

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